Gordon H. Clark
Hardback, 140 pages, 1998 
Sixteen hundred years ago Augustine wrote, "The
science of reasoning is of very great service in searching into and unraveling
all sorts of questions that come up in Scripture....The validity of logical
sequences is not a thing devised by men, but it is observed and noted by them
that they may be able to learn and teach it; for it exists eternally in the
reason of things, and has its origin with God." In this highschool-level
textbook, Dr. Clark furnishes the Biblical background for logic.
Contents: The Definition of Logic; Informal Fallacies; Definition;
The Beginning of Formal Logic; Immediate Inference; Syllogism - Diagrams;
The Syllogism - Deductions and Rules; Historical Remarks; Other Forms of
Argument; Truth Tables; The Deduction of the Syllogism; Postscript: God and
Logic; Glossary; Scripture Index; Index.